So what does this mean? Well, it means lots of good things.
First, it will allow RoLI to build a social network on the internet. Having our own social network means we can up-date our members on what we are doing, debate issues on our forum, start conversations, post pictures and videos and much more.
Second, it allows all us volunteers do get to know each other. We will get to see who the other volunteers are, what they do and share ideas and thoughts. This has proved to be difficult for many of us over the past few months because, simply, we can't all volunteer at the same time. Moreover, we can work on project, for example fundraising, together over the internet, keep track on who is doing what, as well as share files. We can do all of this in a password protected environment. Again, this has been difficult to do because everyone who works on a particular project does not volunteer in the office with the other people working on the task.
Third, it gives RoLI a website that potential volunteers and supporters can visit to learn more about us and what we do.
More to follow.
2009 has been a great year for RoLI and week 3 of the new year has been no exception. Lot's of new faces have eaten hot and nutritious food (cooked and served by a talented team) and there has also been plenty of new volunteers - we are very much looking forward to working with over the coming months.
We served over 70 meals and provided tea, coffee and clothes where needed. Special thanks must go to Pret a Manger who have been providing us with a fantastic selection of sandwiches.
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Rhythms of Life International (RoLI) is a charity that helps the homeless from its base in Dalston, North East London. Every day, 365 days per year, we serve food to the homeless from 5.30pm to 7.30pm. As well as providing nutritious meals, which are cooked and served by a dedicated team of volunteers, we provide emotional and practical support.
RoLI was registered as a charity in July 2008 and is slowly but steadily growing in size. At the moment, we have around 50 volunteers from all over the world. The charity is coordinated by Andrew Faris - an inspirational figure.